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Palau Travel and Tourism

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Palau , officially the Republic of Palau , is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, some 500 miles east of the Philippines and 2,000 miles south of Tokyo. Having emerged from United Nations trusteeship in 1994, it is one of the world's youngest and smallest sovereign states. In English, the name is sometimes spelled Belau in accordance with the native . It was formerly also spelled Pelew.

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Dolphin Encounters in Palau - Koror
Dolphin Encounters in Palau Who hasn't dreamed of swimming with dolphins--of coming face to face with these singing, smiling masters of the ocean realm? Maybe its just a trick of nature, but dolphins always seem to have smiles on their faces.... Dolphin bay offers visitors a chance to swim, play or dive with these amazing creatures. Source:www.visit-palau.com

Palau: Money & Costs - Koror
Palau: Money & Costs Comfortable travel in Palau will run between US$200 a day or more, depending on your taste for island hopping and dive packages. Travellers on a moderate budget can get by for about half that, assuming they only see a few islands and keep their food costs down. There are banks in all the major tourist areas, where credit cards and travellers' cheques are widely accepted. Neither tipping nor bargaining is mandatory in Palau. Currency- US Dollar Source:www.lonelyplanet.com

Rock Islands of Palau - Koror
Rock Islands of Palau There have been many descriptions of the Rock Islands, including A labyrinths of emeralds floating on a cobalt sea. Protected by a fringe reef, the placid waters are a haven for snorkeling, swimming, fishing, kayaking, or just relaxing on the sugary white sand beaches. Source:www.visit-palau.com

Know About Badrulchau The Origin of which is Unknown - Koror
Know About Badrulchau The Origin of which is Unknown In Babeldaob's far north is a field with rows of large basalt monoliths known as Badrulchau, the origin of which is unknown. There are 37 stones, some weighing up to 4500kg (5 tons). Many of the surrounding hillsides were once elaborately terraced into steps and pyramids; it's thought construction began around AD 100 and was abandoned around 1600.

Peleliu in Palau - Koror
Peleliu in Palau Peleliu imparts a peaceful, easy feeling. There's not much to do and that's entirely the charm, for you can really hear the silence; often it will seem like you've got the entire island all to yourself (you might not spot another tourist during your entire stay, and maybe not even a local if you walk far enough). It's a really lovely little place and that's why it's so hard to imagine it torn apart by war. The Peleliu Wall, southwest of Peleliu, is one of the world's finest dives, an abrupt 300m drop that starts in about 3m of water. It's a veritable treasure-trove of sharks, hawksbill sea turtles, black coral trees, mammoth gorgonian fans and an amazing variety of fish. Both White Beach and Bloody Beach have coral...